How Can EHRs Save You Money?
If you’re not using electronic health records or EHRs yet – or if your healthcare service provider is yet to implement a digital system for maintaining patients’ medical history – then now is the perfect time to start. According to Ohio University’s health administration masters online program, EHRs are becoming more common, with doctors and healthcare providers already familiar with the different systems we have today. All of these systems follow the same set of standards too, which means you can use the same EHR data to get the best treatment at different hospitals and medical practices.
EHRs are also helping service providers lower their operating costs. This, in turn, translates to more affordable healthcare services for patients. The system is helping you save money and improving the quality – and accuracy – of healthcare services in general.
To find out more about EHRs and how they are affecting the healthcare industry, read the Implementing Electronic Health Records infographic by Ohio University.